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RG-27.45, John S. Peck, Part Two of Summarized Scientific Meeting of the Southern California Psychoanalytic Society, March 1963
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March 18, 1963
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"Vocational Hazards of Psychoanalysis"
Accumulation of tension during analytic sessions
Activation of the unconscious of the analyst
Alexander Rogawski, M.D.
Bombardments from the transference onto psychoanalyst
Cardiovascular disorders in the psychoanalyst
Carroll Carlson, psychoanalyst
Character disorders versus symptom neurosis
David Morgan, psychoanalyst
Development of defenses of the analyst against hazards of profession
Differentiation of vocational hazards of psychoanalysis by career developmental period
Disillusionment in psychoanalysis
Donald Marcus, psychoanalyst
Feeling of superiority in psychoanalyst
Frustration of incompleteness in psychoanalysts
George Wayne, psychoanalyst
Gerald Goodstone, M.D.
Gratification of psychoanalytic work
Importance of continuing education for psychoanalysts
Intimacy and choice of psychoanalysis as career
Intimacy as primary conflict or hazard of the psychoanalysis
Irving Berkovitz, psychoanalyst
Isidore Zifferstein, psychoanalyst
John Linden, psychoanalyst
John Lindon, psychoanalyst
Joseph Naterson, M.D.
Kato Van Leeuwen, American psychiatrist
Martin Grotjahn, M.D.
Norman Tabachnik, psychoanalyst
Partial projective identification
Perpetuation of psychoanalytic dogma
Philip Beeker, psychoanalyst
Philip S. Wagner, M.D.
Physical hazards of psychoanalysis
Potential for corruption in the analyst
Privileges of analytics intimacy
Psychoanalysts and object loss
Psychopathology among psychoanalysts
Repression of negative emotion in psychoanalysts
Role of mother filled by psychoanalyst
Rose Fromm-Kirsten, psychoanalyst
Samuel Eisenstein, M.D.
Socioeconomic status of psychoanalyst
Sublimation and the career of psychoanalysis
Superiority complexes in psychoanalysts
Sydney L. Pomer, M.D.
The analyst's masochism
The strain of psychoanalysis as a career on the analyst's family
Thomas Dorr, Psychoanalyst
Unconscious fantasies of the psychoanalyst
Victor Monke, psychoanalyst
Walter Briehl, Director, Institute for Psychoanalytic Medicine of S. California, March 1950
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